N.C. teacher creates inclusive setting for student with autism

12/31/2012 | Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, N.C.), The

Incorporating visual cues and developing a daily routine helped veteran educator Julie Busch teach her first student with autism in her kindergarten class at Central Elementary School in Albemarle, N.C. Along with assistance from special-education teachers, Busch also sought and received a grant to purchase learning resources from National Autism Resources and Flaghouse. "I was given a challenge in August of this year -- an incredible, life-changing challenge that has also energized my teaching," Busch said.

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